As Google begins its sponsorship of New York City's wonderful Shakespeare in the Park series (one of the best things about summer in the NY Metro area, IMHO), they've also launched a site dedicated to The Bard. From Yahoo News:
Web search leader Google Inc. on Wednesday launched a site devoted entirely to the Bard, http://www.google.com/shakespeare, that allows U.S. users to browse through the full texts of his 37 plays. Readers can even plug in words, such as "to be or not to be" from "Hamlet," and immediately be taken to that part of the play.
The new site also provides a Google Earth-driven tour of the Globe theatre. How cool is that? And the editions of the plays you can flip through are old and gorgeous -- like actual books. This could be my personal favorite Google project ever. (I know, I'm a special kind of geek. Not everyone at DigitalGrit is as geeky as me, I promise.)